A June 17 plea hearing in U.S. District Court in Topeka, Kan., will determine the fate of former credit union manager Karolyn J. Stattelman, who allegedly embezzled her shop.

Federal prosecutors said Stattelman, 42, of Topeka also allowed a teller to steal $81,000 from the $1.5 million Jayhawk Federal Credit Union in Lawrence.

Earlier this year, the NCUA approved Jayhawk FCU's consolidation because of its poor financial condition with the $226 million Mid American Credit Union in Wichita.

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